The amazing Floppy Emu shall function as the new hard drive in replacement to the old HD20, which is going to die at some point.
by Apple, 1986
Set it up in such a way, that you can plug the SD card of the Floppy Emu into a modern machine, and exchange files to/from this SD card, e.g. via an emulator such as Basilisk II or Mini vMac.
This is then going to serve both, as the new hard drive, and as data bridge.
The hard drive of the iBook Clamshell broke. It needs a new one, and ideally a CF-based or an SSD.
The LTE 5380 shall have several swappable hard disk CF drives. At least two — one with DOS only for games like Syndicate, and one with Windows 98 and running e.g. Command & Conquer.
The SE/30's hard drive runs so noisily that I expect it to break soon. Let's exchange it with BlueSCSI and install the OS.